How Google Glass EE Evades Privacy Questions that Doomed the Original

"For Woodrow Hartzog, a digital privacy expert and professor of law and computer science at Northeastern University, the answer to that question is mixed. “The concerns people had about in Google Glass in privacy might be mitigated in a workplace environment,” he tells Inverse, “if only because there are fewer intimate scenarios in which they might be deployed, and because employees generally have more unique expectations of privacy which are sent to their employer, because of the employment agreement they’ve signed.”"